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You may not be able to eat out for Mother’s Day this year, but you can still treat Mom to a delicious meal from a local restaurant. Here are a few local businesses that you can support and surprise Mom with a delicious meal.
Mother’s Day menu for carryout includes cinnamon rolls, a mimosa lite cider six-pack, a gallon of sweet cider, maple syrup, jam, and pancake mix Call 586-784-9463 or order online for pickup on May 10. (Cost: $50)
Brown Iron has the entire day ready for you – brunch, dinner and a gift! Pre-order deadline is May 7th with Saturday pick up. (Cost: $100)
Frita Batidos will bring a meal to you. Order a special Mother’s Day brunch or weekend dinner to be delivered on Friday or Saturday. (Cost: $20-$55)
A multi-course Mother’s Day Brunch for four enjoyed from home featuring frittata, crab cakes, salad and more. Add flowers from our in-house florist, bloody marys and a mimosa kit and your mom is in for a real treat. Place your order by May 6th for Mother““’s Day pick-up. (Cost: $110)
Show the special lady in your life a lovely afternoon with a smoked salmon quiche and a Peach Bellini. (Cost: $150)
Get all the ingredients to make the perfect meal for mom. From a breakfast back to roasted chicken dinner, multiple breakfast and dinner box options are available for your selection. Pick up available May 8th to 10th. (Cost: $75-100)
Order a family dinner for 4 or a special Mother’s Day Brunch featuring bagels and lox, berry parfait, and banana bread. You can also add a fresh flower bouquet to your order. (Cost: $33-$50)
Enjoy BBQ pork, salmon, and fried chicken with sides and dessert for a satisfying Mother’s Day meal. Orders can be picked up on Saturday or Sunday. (Cost: $112)
Order a meal or provisions for a homemade specialty. Pick up available Thursday- Saturday (Cost: $3-$26)
Mother Day Brunch Boxes include preparation recipes and re-heating instructions and a special gift for mom. (Cost: $125)
Treat mom to a special Mother’s Day dinner featuring farm fresh foods and Zingerman favorites.
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About Carrie Budzinski
Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..